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will defend the u.s. constitution. >> i was the first attorneyttor general to challenge the federal healthcare law right hire in rich nopped. >> reporter: ken also promised to maintain virginia's conservative business climate. >> do we want a governor who undermines our right to work laws or a governor who stands up for freedom against union bosses? >> reporter: because there are only two gubernatorial elections this november, virginia and new jersey, expect buckets of national money to flow into the candidate's cawfers, particularly in virginia because here the race is likely to be quite competitive. c count on lots ofas from democrats. in rich richmond, john henrehan. >>> it comes 35 years after his father won the party's senate nomination. >>> the latest on the irs scandal now.anda there is growing concern after it was revealed the woman in charge the tax exempt division inside the irs of thes of conservative dwriewp groups is f the people in charge of implementing obama care. c >> reporter: democrats say there is not any evidence that sarah hall ingram new conservativeew groups were target
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believed the power and our healthcare system should belong to patients patients and their families, not politicians and certainly not the tax man. americans should be able to choose the coverage they need at a cost they can afford. the president health care law turns the equation and in many ways our lives upside down. buyequires america to government approved plans that cover all kinds of services you may not need. instead of keeping your coverage like president obama promised, millions will be .orced off the plan they like instead of the lower cost you were promised, you could pay a lot more. according to new data from the nations insurers, under obamacare, premiums and individual market will skyrocket by by an average of double what we pay now with some rates rising by more than 400%. because employers can't afford obamacare, they are not hiring new workers. many are actually cutting back hours for their workers, making it harder for small businesses to higher in the last thing we need during one of the slowest economic recoveries and american history. it's no wonder one of the
.nc >> reporter: some are seizing the moment, noting thome irs wil soon be in charge of government-run healthcare. >> this is rotten to the core. this is arrogance. this is big government coan yism and this is not what hard-working taxpayers deserve. >> reporter: senate republican leader mitch mc connell believes including hss have engaged in politically mote motd activity. >> the irs is just the most roger ebert example. >> reporter: and promised more investigations to come on capitol hill. >>> coming up, new details about a crash in a virginia parade that left 'dos injury. i tonight we're learning what may have cause the driver to plow into the cars. >> gas prices are rising. r >>> someone hit it big playing the pout irball jackpot. find out where a ticket where nearly $600 million was sold.  >> someone in florida is about to become very popular. that because the tuct purchased in a small town, about 30-miles from tampa matched all six numbers in na yakpowt worth nearly $600 million. we have more on th60e lucky winner. >> reporter: well be, in this case, one is not the loneliest number you'l
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reviews on home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. with angie's list, i know who to call, and i know the results will be fantastic. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. are you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. >>> i'm jane wells with your cnbc market wrap. stocks end the week on an up note. the dow jumps 121 points to finish at yet another all-time high. the s&p adds 17. also hitting another record in the nasdaq at 33. >>> consumer sentiment a bright spot this month. it rose to its highest level since july of 2007. >>> and a report from the labor department shows hiring is improving. unemployment fell in 40 states last month. that's it from cnbc. first in business worldwide. now back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." a crisis is a terrible thing to waste, of course. the gop knows that. you better believe they do. about 1/3 of all house committees are now investigating the obama administration in one
. that changed during the healthcare debate, during the debate of obamacare and the debate of obamacare and the health industry, especially pharmaceutical and insurance companies, became the biggest spenders on lobbying during that period. so you see how it shifts as legislation comes and goes. they're, you know, the money follows power and influence. they're, so this is, i think evidence of that. >> but there's, you know, the people who are working for example at the sec, at the securities and exchange commission are quite handsomely paid. they are not on the civil service schedule. so it's important when some people say, "well, how could you ask someone not to take, you know to be underpaid for the rest of their lives when they could make so much more money on wall street." in fact they're actually quite well paid in order to keep try to keep people in the public service. and frankly for many decades being in public service as a lifetime career as sheila's talking about was considered a very honorable profession. and i think that is the kind of thing we need to try to work back to is
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to see the healthcare law. we saw the repeal. they are proud of it. >> what do you think about for the 36th time? we want to be sure every republican mer of congress is on the record and since there are some new members like mark sanford sworn in we have to have yet another vote. >> it does. it tells you republicans think the affordable care continues to be a pretty good issue for them in the mid-term e elections coming up. the affordable care act right after the law was passed in 2010 was an issue that clearly rebounded against democrats. less so in 2012, but republicans clearly believe in the house races in 2014, it will be a good thing for their members to be able to say yes, i cast a vote to repeal it. >> so do you expect to see more hearings on benghazi? >> oh, yes. more hearing on everything. including today, an i.r.s. hearing to hear from the acting head of the i.r.s. who announced his resignation on the hill. it i think there will be more investigations and hearings on all three of these fronts. you know, there is one other controversy these
. the veterans administration and the health-care system are top notch. they are 100% committed to serving our veterans. the problem is the white house. you have at guy who has an attitude. he is going to punish america. on hostingore time dinners for foreign secretaries, having parties for his friends, that have been visited -- than having visited the veterans in our hospital. host: a criticism of how president obama has handled this issue. here is a story from today's washington post talking about an upcoming address by the president on security issues. "the washington post," notes that -- a whit a preview of the speech that is happening on thursday at the national defense university. i want to go back to our military families and veterans and veterans line. caller: good morning. welcome to the future of obamacare. this is what is going to look like. thank you. host: elizabeth calling in on our military families line. talking about a generational component on how to fix the current system. the article notes -- we are getting your thoughts on this issue. we have a special line for veterans an
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quality healthcare, and the peace of mind that comes with it? that's why we passed health care reform. [applause] wouldn't we be better off if we did what's necessary to protect more of our children from the horrors of gun violence? [applause] there are going to be disagreements about how we get there. thatet's remind ourselves when we work together nobody can stop us. when we do the right thing -- that's what i believe. that's what i'm going to keep fighting for. all's what drives me -- is the stories of people like you that i have the great honor of meeting and working with every single day. you deserve leaders with the same dedication and commitment and focus that the people who work at this company bring to their jobs every single day. and you lookgeth there -- and io have worked here 38 years, some who worked 40 years, and the pride that they take in their product and the way they all work together, that's the attitude that we've got to bring to bear here. here,k about a woman myrna labarre. myrna labarre -- where is myrna? [applause] there's myrna right here. [applause] myrna la
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